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The Poland LGBTQ community is pushing back against the conservative ruling party who want to make LGBTQ rights an issue in the coming elections.

In a nation that has an LGBTQ leader, a Serbian lesbian couple are pushing a landmark bid to attain legal recognition for same-sex partners.

Russian activist Yelena Grigoryeva was murdered after her name appeared on a website that called for the deaths of LGBTQ activists and personalities.

A European human rights court has declared that Russia's refusal to allow three LGBT organizations to register is "unjustified and discriminatory."

The triumphant US women's national soccer team has returned and were given a ticker tape parade by the New York City for their achievement.

While public support for the rights of LGBTQ people has greatly increased over time, public perception of LGBTQ rights is still largely incorrect.

The Supreme Court of Brazil has ruled that it would outlaw discrimination based on sexuality or gender in a victory for LGBTQ rights worldwide.

The first step in passing the LGBTQ anti-discrimination bill, the Equality Act, was achieved Friday as the Democrat majority in the House approved the bill.

Taiwan has become the first country in Asia to allow same-sex marriage after their parliament voted on a government bill that would allow a legal union.

Congress is ready to vote on the Equality bill that would protect the LGBTQ community. But President Trump is intent on blocking it.